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concealed firearm? federal appeals court in san francisco says no. it does not. kpix 5's mike sugerman on what this all means and where we go from here. mike. >> reporter: san francisco is no stranger to controversy about guns. 11 years ago voters here banned all handguns in city limits and that was overturned in the courts. today a court in san francisco today ruled that you can have a concealed weapon, you just don't have a constitutional right to have one. you better have a good reason. in california you can carry a concealed weapon around in public with a permit. the county sheriff has to grant you one. the ninth circuit court of appeals ruled today you don't have a constitutional right to carry that hidden firearm. >> we think the ninth circuit got it right. >> reporter: michael is with the law center to prevent gun violence. the san francisco group worked on the case. >> we elect our sheriffs.
if we aren't happy with how they are interpreting law, elect a new san francisco. in a dense population urban area it makes sense to restrict the number of people carrying loaded firearms in public places. >> reporter: the court ruled california law stands. if you want to carry a hidden gun, your petition has to have good cause. maybe you're being stalked or threatened. or you carry a large amount of cash for your job. but you don't have a constitutional right just as to ask for one. the sheriff can ask for proof that you really need one. >> gun rights are ours. >> reporter: argues travis morgan who owns a vacaville gun shop. >> every day the government tries to take them away from us. now they're reversing the decision so right back to where we started from. >> reporter: the ruling applies only to the western states but an appeal to the supreme court could be coming. california's top law enforcement official kamala harris attorney general now candidate for u.s. senate has said this court's decision is a
victory for public safety and sensible gun safety laws. if this case goes to the supreme court, justice antonine scalia, scalia was against gun control, he died and isn't on the court so it's an interesting case if it gets to the supreme court. in san francisco, mike sugerman, kpix 5. more heat for the judge who sentenced brock turner to six months in jail for sexual assault. tomorrow in san francisco, activists will deliver about 1 million signatures to the california commission on judicial performance demanding the commissioner remove judge aaron persky from the bench. but as kpix 5 reporter devin fehely tells us, a powerful voice in santa clara county is coming to the judge's defense. >> reporter: that's right. the santa clara county public defender has a reputation as both a feminist and as a fierce defender of the people who her office represents. and she says even though judge
persky has been widely criticized, she is now coming to his defense. >> i think the sentence is fair. >> reporter: public defender molly o'neil may be one of very few peel to believe that. judge aaron persky is facing backlash against his decision to sentence former stanford swimmer brock turner to six months in county jail for sexual assaulting a drunk unconscious woman at a party last year. she says it was the right call. >> this was a rough decision to make for judge persky but mr. turner is in fact going to go to jail. he is a convicted felon. he will have to register as a sex offender for his entire life. >> reporter: it was the victim's letter to the court and her attacker which has been read and shared millions of times online that ignited the social media firestorm. since then the judge has received death threats and blasted as biased. tens of thousands have signed online petitions demanding he be recalled from office and
removed from the bench. but even one of his most outspoken critics believes that is simply taking things too far. >> he is neutral in the trial. i don't think the fact that he went to stanford had anything to do with it. >> reporter: while big attention is focused on how much time turner will spend in jail, likely three months of a six-month sentence, o'neil says the judge almost certainly considered the lifetime implications of having to register as a sex offender. >> i think judge persky heard all the testimony weighed all the considerations, he is required to by law and arrived at the sentence through a fair process. >> there are several avenues by winning the judge could be reprimanded or removed from the bench although most legal experts seem to agree three outcome is unlikely and they question the fairness based on one controversial decision. in palo alto, devin fehely, kpix 5. the anger over the stanford sex assault case is leading to
other problems for judge persky. sources tell kpix 5 that up to 20 potential jurors on a poll of about -- in a pool of 90 refused to serve. they were let go. it happened yesterday during jury selection for an unrelated misdemeanor case. potential jurors cited disagreements with the judge over the stanford case. >> i have never heard of potential jurors, people in the jury pool, boycotting a judge. refusing to go in a courtroom saying they just couldn't be fair. i have never, ever heard of this before. >> judge persky eventually seated a jury of 12 and 2 alternates. not all potential jurors requesting excuse al probably just wanted to get out of jury duty. we are learning it is likely that brock turner will serve just half of his six months. he is scheduled to be released from jail on september 2.
there's three months after being admitted. the former stanford swimmer will not have a future with usa swimming. the organization has banned turner for life. it released a statement in part reading, usa swimming condemns the crime and actions committed by brock turner and all acts of sexual misconduct. this case is sparking a range of emotions across the country. and now we're seeing responses from hollywood to the nation's capital. coming up at 6:30, how vice president joe biden and actress lena dunham are reaching out to the victim. dramatic end to a pleasanton police chase. take a look at this. [ sirens ] >> it happened on valley avenue and north day road this afternoon. you can see police cars rushing in and the suspect there in the white vehicle fleeing on foot. police eventually arrested the suspect. nobody was injured. we're learning of another arrest and additional rescues
in a kidnapping case in oakland. chopper 5 was over the scene yesterday at 65th near herzog avenue. police responded to a call that a girl had been kidnapped. investigators now confirm they rescued three teenaged girls ages 14, 15 and 16. the officers arrested a man and a woman. detectives believe the suspects wanted to force those girls into prostitution. new at 6:00, bart riders know full well the system needs a tune-up. but that will take a lot of money. so bart is putting a $3.5 billion bond measure on the ballot. but critics say bart doesn't spend its money very well. kpix 5's da lin asked the bart board why voters should give them even more money. ♪[ music ] theme from "rawhide" ] >> reporter: even after all these years, trains are still the transportation workhorse of the bay area.
they look and sound different. but the saying goes, when bart stops, so does the bay area. >> if you live in a part of the region that's not served by bart, you're going to benefit, as well. you're going to benefit from less congestion on the roads and from a more vibrant bay area company. >> reporter: keeping them rolling is a steep price for taxpayers $3.5 billion. >> yes. >> reporter: the bart board today unanimously sent the bond to the november ballot. it requires two-thirds voter approval. it would add on average 35 to $55 a year to people's property taxes. most of the money would fix the aging infrastructure. things like the electrical system and rails. no dispute, bart needs the money. but some elected leaders worry bart directors will misuse it. >> maybe it's a labor contract -- maybe if the labor contracts were more reasonable and the system were better managed perhaps we wouldn't need as much money in the bond.
>> i oppose giving them any more money until they make reforms. >> reporter: last month phil matier exposed some bart workers who made excessive overtime amounts. >> salary of $77,000 made an extra $139,000 in overtime. >> reporter: bart directors say there's no mismanagement. so far, oakland and san francisco mayors are on board. many other agencies support the bond, as well. [ beep beep ] >> reporter: the idea is to keep bart rolling. but voters will have to decide at what price. ♪ rolling, rolling, rolling ] [ theme from "rawhide" ] >> reporter: in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> voters in san francisco, alameda and contra costa counties will vote on the bond measure in the november general election. three buildings and surrounding vegetation caught fire a short time ago in antioch on crestwood drive. you can see the blackened earth there behind those buildings.
chopper 5 overhead. smoke billowing from the scene. it's contained. no word on the cause. a dump truck killed a woman near the san rafael transit center at 1 p.m. the streets in the area just re- opening. in san francisco, a paratransit bus hit and killed a woman at franklin and geary. the bus had just dropped the same woman off. police say the victim was in her 50s. and we are getting our first look at the woman police say stole an ambulance in the tenderloin this week. veronica brarhona then crashed the ambulance on the treasure island off-ramp from the bay bridge where it caught fire. a judge granted her supervised release today. she is a mother with three children and is addicted. on tuesday, the ambulance erupted in flames after the suspect crashed it on treasure island. moments before she had led police on a wild pursuit that started in san francisco's union square. fire officials say ambulances
cost around $200,000. well starting today, californians have the right to kill themselves. one bay area patient is now weighing a very personal decision about life and death. why she says just having the option gives her peace of mind. >> and a chp officer crashes his car killing a northern california teen. what may have taken his attention off the road just before the accident. >> and a bay area neighborhood bracing for a flood of new facebook friends. the frustration over huge expansion plans. and why some are saying, bring it on. >> weather around here is so sensitive, just a tiny change in wind direction will make a huge impact on your weekend. an updated saturday and sunday forecast coming up. are terminally sick in ,,,,,,
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can now choose to end their lives. california is the fifth stan o adopt a starting today adults who are terminally sick in california can choose to kill themselves. california is the fifth state in the nation to adopt a "right to die" law. the fight for it was largely led by brittany maynard, a bay area woman with brain cancer who moved to oregon two years ago to legally kill herself. kpix 5's juliette goodrich spoke to one local woman who is battling cancer who says the new law is a backup plan. >> reporter: for five years, elizabeth had battled cancer. >> i had a tube down my throat. i was tied to the bed. >> reporter: during chemo, radiation, surgery and a very uncertain future -- >> it's scary. it's really scary. um, i don't want to die. i don't want to, you know -- the idea is horrific to me. >> reporter: but she says she now has some of peace of mind. >> this is the senate bill and the assembly bill. >> reporter: because now the 52- year-old california resident will be able to legally receive
medication to end her life. elizabeth's medical provider kaiser along with sutter health and other doctors across the state are preparing for california's newly enacted end of life legislation. >> these decisions that patients and their families are making at the end of life are intensely personal. >> reporter: dr. steven lockhart says the process is well described in the law. >> it includes two verbal requests of their primary care physician, or their attending physician, um, which is separated by 15 days at a minimum. in addition a written request which must be witnessed and the patient also needs to be, um, found to be of sound mind. mentally capable of making such a decision. and the clinical diagnosis has to be verified by an independent physician as well. >> reporter: sutter provided extensive training for its doctors and caregivers as well as support for those who don't want to prescribe this
medication recognizing the law says any medical provider can opt out. >> the strength of this legislation is that if there are those who are opposed, they would simply never apply for it. >> reporter: it's a position dan diaz says he respects. his late wife brittany maynard sparked a national conversation about end of life options. >> she had no idea that, you know, 12 million hits later on youtube, all of a sudden brittany maynard is kind of known across the country. >> reporter: this still grieving husband says he is both proud and relieved the legislation is passed. an outcome elizabeth thought of. >> i don't need the medication at this point. i'm, you know, for all intents and purposes healthy as i could be possibly with stage 4 cancer. >> reporter: and she will continue to fight cancer with every, single option she is medically given. but if that doesn't work out, elizabeth says she will exercise her final medical decision. >> i have decided a lot about
my treatment so far. i continue to make decisions about my treatment and i think this is just a continuation of that. >> reporter: juliette goodrich, kpix 5. >> patients who qualify and get the lethal prescription filled have the leeway to take the drug whenever they want. another law that takes effect today, smokers have to be at least 21 to buy tobacco products in california. the idea is to prevent addiction before it starts. california is the second state to pass such a law following in hawaii's footsteps. there are a few exceptions. members of the armed forces under 21 can still legally purchase tobacco. as facebook expands its campus, neighbors are discovering what it means to their wallets. georgia walton has a perfect view of the construction going on over her backyard fence where nearly 6500 facebook employees will eventually work in two new buildings and hotel. in a few years, facebook will
employ more than 15,000 people. the reaction is mixed depending where you live. >> it's been a lucky streak for us just in terms of property values. >> problem is that the price of the property is going up so much that you can't move in. once you move out you can't get in again. >> a facebook spokesman says they are helping workers with transportation and housing to ease concerns. the obamas are getting ready to visit one of california's greatest natural treasures. [ laughter ] >> the white house announced today the first family will travel to yosemite national park next weekend. the trip comes as the park service celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. >> wow. tell you what he picked a good one yosemite this time of year gorgeous. >> yeah. >> rivers are flowing. the snow is melting. we had a decent snowpack. and two weekends from now the weather should be fine. so no pressure. president's visiting. what's a forecast? [ laughter ] let's look outdoors.
we want to give you your forecast. saratoga, concord but not warm, below average 76. fremont 72, vallejo 70. daly city only 58 degrees. look at the low cloud cover. the marine layer poised to move over the coast range and spill into san francisco bay. breezy today, breezy to windy tomorrow. taking all that pollution sending it elsewhere. good air quality top to bottom in the north bay the santa clara valley. air quality will be just fine. maybe you want to go to a rodeo this weekend. well, guess what. i picked a good weekend. livermore rodeo saturday and sunday. look at the high. that is a change. 86 degrees sunny and warm in livermore. we first thought there would be a northwest wind still one version of an onshore flow although milder. now it looks like we could see a north to northeast wind cutting off the ocean influence so temperatures this week will be warmer. got to get there first. we are not there yet. low clouds returning tonight. lots of fog tomorrow morning in
san francisco. your low 54 degrees. oakland 56. fremont 54. concord 54. vallejo 54 degrees. sun is up 13 minutes before 6:00. tomorrow we still have the push from the ocean. if anything it will be stronger. so gusty winds and only mild tomorrow. very few spots will make it to 80, napa and fairfield may be two of those. concord 76 again. san jose 74. san francisco 67 degrees for a high. a brief warmup coming up this weekend. that warmer weather will only last two days. but boy, good timing, mother nature! we have the graduation parties outside. make sure the tents are ready, mom and dad. getting a little toasty away from the water 80s inland. 70s near the bay. should be a beautiful weekend in oakland and san leandro and alameda. and at the coast you'll be chilly but a little sunnier. next week the onshore flow returns. and we will be cooler. so the two warmest days perfect timing saturday, sunday. >> nice. see how he does that all the time? >> onshore flow. that means fog. [ laughter ] >> city that? >> that's all i know. >> you've been less inning. >> more quizzes tomorrow. >> thank you. >> you've been listening.
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seats, lawmakers finally to the matter up on capitol hi. and regulators were on the t seat. months after we began an investigation concerning chemicals in children's carseats, lawmakers finally took the matter up on capitol hill. the regulators were on the hot seat. julie watts explains. >> there have been health and safety concerns with children car seats. >> reporter: it's the first time chemicals in car seats we demonstrated can end up inside the children who use them.
the response from transportation secretary fox who oversees the national highway traffic safety administration? nearly word for word. >> afford adequate time for caregivers to help children escape the vehicle in the event of the fire. >> reporter: the same response they gave us months ago. we have since revealed nhtsa has no data to indicate its 1972 standard provides any safety benefits in car seats. in fact, the agency admits it's never tested it. but when we did, we found car seats samples with flame retardants that meet nhtsa standards work worse than ones that don't. but instead of acknowledging, they passed the buck. >> we don't require flame retard dance. >> reporter: but they require an open flame test which requires they add flame retardants to car seats a test fire scientists say is irrelevant unless a fire is ignited under the child inside the car seat. >> about 194,000 vehicle fires occur annually. >> reporter: also misleading
since scientists say the standard only impacts nonintentional car fires ignited in upholstered material only 3% of all fires and no indication any ever began inside a child's car seat. now, due to limited time and many pressing transportation issues, laws didn't ask follow- up questions. they have called for a separate hearing to discuss this. two of them also sent a letter to nhtsa with follow-up questions. >> the most obvious question, we talked about this off camera, is why do you need flame retardant chemicals in a kid's car seat? your car is on fire you have other problems. >> that's what fire scientists say. no amount of flame retardant in a car seat will prevent a real world car fire. the flames are just too much. >> thank you. coming up in our next half- hour, a call to action after the stanford sexual assault
sentence. celebrities and the vice president joining the outcry now. his powerful message to the woman he calls a warrior. >> president obama standing in clinton's corner and putting the pressure on bernie sanders. what came out of their white house meeting today. >> and the chp officer slams his cruiser into another vehicle. the distraction that may be to blame for killing a northern california teen.
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court in san francisco has d that the second amendmen our top stories tonight a big victory for gun control advocates. an appeals court in san francisco has ruled that the second amendment does "not" give americans the right to carry concealed firearms. the case will likely be appealed to the supreme court. bart hoping that taxpayers will help pick up the tab for its crumbling infrastructure. a $3.5 billion bond will appear on the november ballot. vice president joe biden among those outraged that a stanford student received 6 months in jail for sexual assault. biden wrote an open letter to the victim saying he is filled with furious anger over what happened to her. reporter cate caugiran with how
this case is getting some strong responses on capitol hill. >> reporter: veronica, republican congressman did not mince words today. he said the judge got it wrong. millions of people have read the stanford sexual assault victim's letter to brock turner. today, her words were heard inside capitol hill on the house floor. >> my damage was internal unseen and i carry it with me. you took away my worth, my privacy, my energy, my time, my safety, my intimacy, my confidence and my voice. >> reporter: republican texas congressman ted poe demanded turner's lenient sentence be overturned and asked californians to oust the judge who handed it down. >> mr. speaker, the punishment for rape should be longer than a semester in college. >> welcome, lady gaga. >> reporter: vice president joe biden seen here introducing lady gaga at this year's oscars where she performed with sexual
assault survivors, has been an outspoken voice to stop sexual assault on campus. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: today the vice president wrote an open letter to brock turner's victim. he said, i am filled with furious anger that this happened to you and that our culture is so broken that you were ever put in the position of defending your own worth. i do not know your name. but i know that a lot of people failed you that terrible january night and in the months that followed." the vice president even called out turner's father by telling the victim, you will never be defined by what the defendant's father has callously termed, 20 minutes of action. his son will be. the call to action is also resounding in hollywood. >> i'm lena. >> reporter: actors and creator of the hbo series girls, lena dunham, released this video inspired by the 23-year-old victim. >> one in four girls will be sexually abused before the age of 18. this isn't a secret. it's reality. so why is our default reaction as a society to disbelieve?
>> reporter: the message for everyone to support, listen and take action. >> the actress tweeted out the video yesterday specifically dedicating it to brock turner's victim. cate caugiran, kpix 5. two women apologizing for writing letters in support of turner. kelly owens a high school guidance counselor in ohio said she shouldn't have gotten involved and a friend apologized for not acknowledging the severity of the crime. in her letter to the judge, owen said turner was truly an exceptional person and student. she said that he was never boastful or arrogant but, rather, a favorite among his teachers and peers. here's some of owen's apology. it reads, i am truly sorry for the additional pain my statement has caused. i tell my students that they have to be accountable and brock is no exception. an ohio judge who also wrote a letter in support of turner said she received
threats. margaret quinn wrote that turner made a mistake in drinking excessively on the night of the attack but refuses to apologize calling it a sad situation for everyone. nearly a million people have signed a change.org petition demanding that the judge in the brock turner case be ousted. tonight, we want to know what you think. should judge persky be removed from the bench? you can join the conversation right now tweet me at #veronicadlcruz. we are going to share your comments tonight on nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. let's get you now to the campaign trail. president obama is throwing his political weight behind democratic presumptive nominee hillary clinton. >> i want those of how have been with me from the beginning of this incredible journey to be the first to know that i'm with her! >> the president recorded this message before hillary's big primary win on tuesday. reporter cara caifa reports.
>> reporter: in a video released by hillary clinton's campaign, president obama makes his endorsement. >> i don't think there's ever been someone so qualified to hold this office. >> reporter: the endorsement came shortly after the president met one-on-one with bernie sanders for more than an hour. sanders will keep campaigning for the dc primary next tuesday but made clear his chief political foe is no longer hillary clinton. i look forward to work with her in the future to defeat donald trump. >> reporter: meanwhile, donald trump's controversial comments about a federal judge continue to rankle republicans. former presidential candidate scott walker and john kasich both said they may withhold their endorsements. house speaker paul ryan who endorsed trump last week told a wisconsin radio station it is a distraction. >> do i think that these kinds of antics are distracting and
-- and give us a campaign that we cannot be proud of? yeah. i have spoken very clearly about it. but i -- i -- i think and hope and believe that he can fix this. >> reporter: newt gingrich said it's been a learning experience for the candidate. >> the first time you get to be a presidential candidate which is a different league not just running for the nomination, you're actually the nominee it's a much tougher road. >> reporter: he spent the day meeting with fundraisers in new york as some on capitol hill fred about what the top of the gop ticket will mean for them. in washington, i'm karin caifa. >> after obama's announcement, donald trump tweeted obama just endorsed "crooked hillary." he wants four more years of obama, but nobody else does! >> hillary clinton said, delete your account. san jose police putting out new photos of suspects they say assaulted trump. supporters at a rally last week. this man was involved in the
violence assaulting trump supporters as was this individual photographed at the rally as well. this woman wearing a "trump die" t-shirt was also in the attack. cameras were local as the attacks happened at the june 2 rally. crowds spilled into the streets of san jose as violence escalated. police have made seven arrests and are still looking for others. a teen is dead after a chp officer became distracted causing a chain reaction car crash. it happened yesterday on interstate 5 near chico. a chp sergeant says the officer was looking down at his computer and didn't see the traffic in front of him had stopped. he rear-ended the vehicle and a 15-year-old boy was killed instantly. his friends remember him by his big dreams that have been cut short. >> we were going to be pilots together. he was going to fly helicopters, i was going to fly planes. and, um, i am going to try to
pursue that dream without him. um, and i'm going to dedicate it to him. >> two other teens in the car are treated for minor injuries. no word on the what happens to the officer. in kentucky a final farewell to muhammad ali. people from around the world attended the service at the freedom hall this morning in louisville. it was open to everyone just as ali wanted. tomorrow thousands will line the streets for a 19-mile procession to the cave hill cemetery where ali will be buried. a public memorial service will follow. former president bill clinton is set to give the eulogy. berkeley-based rabbi those honoring the boxing champ this weekend. he worked with ali during the peace movement against the vietnam war. ali's family asked him to represent jews at tomorrow's service. and in honor of muhammad
ali, the biopic ali starring while smith is coming back to the big screen to be re- released to a few hundred locations nationwide over the weekend. well, it wasn't just rough for the warriors in cleveland last night. how justin bieber ended up in a fistfight. >> it's bad enough to have your boss catch you napping on the job. it's even worse when your boss is richard branson. ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
the warriors and the cavs battled it out on the courtt night.. but it's a pop- e brawl that has the warriors and the cavs battle it out on the court last night. but a postgame brawl has everyone talking today. according to tmz this happened around 11 p.m. you can see justin bieber there with, um, the white hair, throwing punches. the guy he is trying to fight
pins him against the glass door. no word on the cause of the fire. bieber was wearing a cavs shirt. steve kerr's daughter got hit in the head during game 3 by a cavs fan. kerr's daughter seen her with her dad and family says a cavs fan was trying to get his hands on a free t-shirt when he smacked her in the side of the head with his elbow. kerr's wife margo sent a tweet during the game saying, quite, thank you, cavs fan who elbowed her in the head for a t-shirt. we know it was on purpose. hashtag, classy. [ laughter ] >> kerr's daughter says that the cavs fan did not even apologize. counting this flock could put anyone to sleep. why a shepherd is feeling a bit sheepish today. ♪[ music ] >> cloud cover hanging over san francisco the majority of the day today with temperatures only in the low 60s. you want it warmer for the weekend? mother nature hears you.
we'll take a look at the temperatures for the weekend and beyond coming up. >> coming up in sports, the warriors are in rebound mode as they get ready for game 4 and 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick changing his tune after requesting an off-season trade. >> i haven't even thought about a trade request in a long time. >> plus, a post-season hero is back in the giants organization. that and more in a few minutes. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
one high-profile boss had se fun busting an employee whol asleep on you ever have trouble keeping your eyes open during the afternoon meeting at work? one high-profile boss had a little fun busting an employee who fell asleep on the company couch. take a look at this. sir richard branson posed for a picture with a sleeping staffer at the virgin australia office. [ laughter ] >> flight attendant smiled in the background. of course they did. he says to be fair the worker was on standby getting some much-needed rest. >> that's a nice boss. >> great boss. meanwhile, in spain, this is what happens when a shepherd
falls asleep on the job. more than 1,000 sheep hit the streets in the middle of the night. it took five officers about 45 minutes to round them all up and take them back to their handler. the sleeping shepherd had no idea they were even missing. >> wow. >> because he was sleeping. >> right. [ laughter ] >> sheep roaming, we have got bieber in a fistfight. what's going on in the world? >> he didn't have to count sheep to go to bed. he went to bed first. get it? [ laughter ] >> got it. >> here we go. kpix 5 weather watchers reporting in mainly the 70s with one exception the farther you get away from the water. we had an 84-degree reading in antioch. thank you, jerry wilcox. dana jones in novato 72 degrees for a high today. peggi rodgers petaluma 73. and bill moon in orinda high of 74 degrees. it was mild, not warm. take a look outdoors. that's a fogged in camera.
look at that. 74 in concord. 70 in livermore. here comes the low cloud cover. taking our beautiful view of the city and obscuring it. san francisco only 60 degrees. san jose 69. there will be fog tonight for you, san francisco, san rafael, redwood city, oakland, hanging out near the bay the onshore flow still prevalent and temperatures dropping to the mid-50s but that rush of air from the ocean continues tomorrow. you inland temperatures cool again. your average high is around 80 degrees. most of the afternoon in the upper 60s and low 70s. some isolated spots may make it to 80 for the majority of the bay area below average because of the rush from the ocean. why is it happening? ridge of high pressure to our south area of low pressure to the southwest. both giving us a southwest to northeast flow. same latitude which means the same sun angle at the beach here we are in the 60s going about 105 miles to the east we are above 100 degrees. so the ocean influence is worth about 40 degrees. that's how much cooling the pacific ocean can provide.
on the weekend a change for saturday and sunday. not a northwest wind which is one version of an onshore flow like we first thought. instead, a north or northeast wind just for two days. those two days are saturday and sunday. minimizing the ocean influence which with that strong sun angle will mean temperatures making it well into the 80s away from the water. so out of the next seven days, there are only two that look to be above average saturday and sunday, both warmer than normal. low cloud cover, fog, drizzle back again tonight anywhere near the water. but the clouds will spread just about everywhere. another cool to mild day tomorrow and not just breezy. it will be windy in a few spots. so even stronger winds from the ocean tomorrow compared to today. and that warmup will be brief but it's going to take both your weekend days. highs tomorrow below average. concord normal is 81. tomorrow 76. san jose you hit 74. los gatos 76. union city 72. 62 for you at half moon bay. but you probably get some sunshine because that strong wind will mix out the cloud
cover tomorrow morning. walnut creek 77. dublin 73. benicia breezy 71. sonoma 77. alameda upper 60s cloverdale tomorrow 77. saturday and sunday 80s inland. very comfortable near the bay. mid-70s. next week cooler stronger onshore flow. the 80s are gone. the 70s, 60s and even 50s return to the bay area. that's your forecast. we have sports coming up.
cavaliers in game 3... but they're following a familiar post andrea nakano joins us now. after watching in a game last night i think it's going to be a series more worthy than people are -- >> you think so? >> i think they just did that so they can clinch game five at home. >> that could be a strategy. >> why not? [ laughter ] >> warriors definitely did stumble against the cavs in game 3 but they are following a familiar post-season pattern. they are 0-4 in game 3s in the play-offs. >> how would you rate your final -- >> we're 2-1. that's it. we're up 2-1 right now and the story is still unfolding.
>> reporter: last night was a plot twist. after outscoring the cavs in games 1 and 2 no one would predict they would be blow blown out in game 3. >> 16 hours ago we were great. what are the cavs going to do? are they going to get swept? you know, they are a great team. they win a game now all of a sudden it's line-up changes and oh, my god steph curry can't play well and what's klay going to do? >> reporter: the slashes have been few and far between in the final. they are averaging 28 points combined through three games but just ask the thunder how hard it is to keep them both down for an entire series. >> i can't give you all my secrets. the cavs are watching. so we'll make adjustments. >> got to play like it matters and -- and doing something about it. but i like our chances of being able to figure it out. >> we're all embarrassed for game three. we really are. so we are going to have a
better showing tomorrow and i really believe that. >> on the cavs side cleveland inserted richard jefferson into the starting line-up last night to replace kevin love. the big question on their side, heading into game 4, is what to do with love if he is cleared to return from his concussion. >> if kevin is able to go, game 4, how would you expect to use him? >> i'm not going to tell you. >> do you think he would be okay with coming off the bench? >> i haven't thought about it yet. >> i want your statement on whether you have you have to say that the team is better without kevin love. >> i'm not giving a statement. >> all right. there's that. the 49ers wrapped up their final practice before breaking for the summer. colin kaepernick spoke to reporters for the first time since he requested a trade back in february. to sum it up, kaepernick is recently excited to still be a
49er. >> i haven't even thought about a trade request in a long time. i'm here. i'm a 49er. i'm excited for the off season. i'm excited to play football. i'm excited for this competition this fall. right now i'm a 49er. i'm excited to be here. i'm happy to be with chip. my teammates. i don't want to get into specifics of what happened, why things happened at this point. everybody is football. i'm a 49er. once again, excited to work with chip and this coaching staff. >> he is learning. >> he has been really excited. if you want to see how excited he really, you can see kaepernick's entire 18-minute exchange on cbssf.com. the a's and giants are o the giants begin a three-game series with the dodgers tomorrow. while the a's head to cincinnati for more interleague play. the a's and giants are off. rich hill was put on the dl with a groin strain. the 36-year-old is the best starter and was the american
league pitcher in may. the a's traded chris back to the cubs in exchange for a minor league player. he was hitting .146 with five homers this season the giants are bringing back one of their post-season heroes. the team has signed travel travis ishikawa. he sent the giants to the world series in 2013. so nice to have him back. this just in. we have an update for you on the sharks game. they are leading 3-2. this is a really intense game. all five goals scored in the first period and hopefully, they hang on for the win because if they don't, they're done. >> sharks have life. >> they have some life. >> there's life there. fight still to go. thank you. for news throughout the evening, the latest news and weather, always on cbssf.com. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
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